Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Too many wolves

    The Trump administration wants to cut federal endangered species protections for gray wolves across the lower 48 states.

  • New Wheat Deal

    Wheat Farmers Welcome New Export Opportunity from Trump Administration

  • How does humidity work

    The future of snowpack and water resources in the American West now has another variable in the equation for water managers.

  • Net Farm Projection

    Department of Agriculture economists are showing a slight rise in net farm income this coming year.

  • More Milk

    Dairy farmers are taking a close look at a US Department of Agriculture report just out that shows that US Dairies will produce more milk from fewer cows.

  • Lactation cycles in cows

    First-lactation animals typically make 15% less milk than second-lactation animals.

  • Roundup litigation

    I am seeing so many ads for attorneys wanting you to call their 800 number if you or a loved one is suffering from the potential toxicity from exposure to Roundup.

  • Tenet Beef


  • BLM Fees Lower

    The Federal grazing fee for 2019 will drop to $1.35 per animal unit month for public lands.

  • Stalk lodging

    Weak corn and sorghum stalks cause the loss of about 20 percent of the crops in the U.S. annually.

  • Running Lambs 1

    Frank Schertz runs dogs who are trained and anxious to protect they're woolly charges from the menace of predators.

  • Running Lambs

    Idaho’s Schertz Sheep Company owner Frank Schertz runs thousands and thousands of sheep on his allotments.

  • Broadband

    Access to affordable and reliable broadband is critical.

  • Tenet

    Genetic technology for beef industry.

  • Zebras and horses

    Horses, when covered with a cloak that perfectly resembles a zebra, will not be attacked by horseflies.

  • Increase Visas

    The words ring out. "we have to figure out away to let foreign workers enter this country legally.

  • FFA All the Way

    The next generation of agricultural leaders were part of the agenda of the State Board of Agriculture’s quarterly meeting.

  • HSUS Fraud

    Humane Society of the United States Ripping Off Local Pet Shelters

  • Talinor herbicide

    Wheat and barley growers are finding success in tools to control broadleaf weeds in the fields.

  • Zippy Op-Ed

    Americans expect a lot from farmers and ranchers.

  • Idaho Farm Bureau Files Brief

    A brief backs the federal government’s request to dismiss a series of consolidated cases filed against President Trump’s declarations.

  • Farm Bankruptcies

    2018 farmer bankruptcies nationwide were down from prior-year levels.

  • Solar Grass Growth

    Solar panels could increase plant productivity.

  • Climate Change

    We’ve seen some of the worst fires in history.

  • Corporate Farms

    I had a question about corporate farming.

  • Turnkey Cattle Feeding

    Okay so you are in a beef feedlot or a huge dairy operation and you are delivering food to your cattle.

  • Stronger Stalks

    University of Idaho researchers are working with counterparts at the University of Kentucky and Clemson University to breed stronger plants.

  • Keeping the home fire burning

    There is a huge controversy going on all over the country in which farmers are selling their land.

  • Facts of Rice

    Rice is the oldest known food and is still widely consumed today.

  • Super Bowl ad

    Center for Consumer Freedom ran an ad during the Super Bowl asking Super Bowl viewers to donate their money to local pet shelters.

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